KCA University Work Study Program for students with fee challenges

Work Study Program

KCA University has opened up the application process for the Work Study program for students with fee challenges.

Students enrolled at the institution have to complete a Google form in order to be considered for the Work Study program.

To qualify for the program, an individual has to be admitted into a diploma, degree or professional program at KCA University.

Additionally, the student must have completed at least one semester or term at the University.

This effectively excluded students who will be joining the institution for the January 2019 intake from the Work Study program.

Students considering applying for the program are required to attach a signed academic audit report from the University Registrar.

The academic audit report should also be certified by the Dean of their respective faculties.

Professional students on the other hand are required to provide evidence of having passed all subjects during the semester preceding the time of application for the work study.

KCA students who have benefited from the program before and would like to continue are required to reapply.

Only Full Time Students Qualify for Work Study Program

The student must also be a full time student during the semester in which assistance is needed to be considered for the program.

Lastly, the applicants are required to submit a letter indicating why they need financial aid with clear evidence of financial need.
The university further warned students who might fill the application form and knowingly give false or misleading information.

Such students will be automatically disqualified from consideration for the Work Study program.

Many institutions of higher learning are using work study programs to keep students with school fees challenges in school.

The students are seconded to different departments within the university to work there and have their fee subsidized.

Through the work study program, the university is able to extend help to needy students who intern use their skills and free time to work.

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